1922: On This Year

1922

1922 (MCMXXII in Roman Numerals) was the year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar, the 1922th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations.

Is 1922 a year special to you? If so you may like to discover what 1922 was famous for, who won the Oscars and the Nobel Prizes in 1922, who was Time's Person of the Year in 1922, which books, music and movies were top of the charts in 1922, what Chinese zodiac sign is associated to 1922, what babynames were most popular that year, what was the World population on that year and what happend in 1922.

On this page we will address all your questions and curiosities about 1922 to help you enjoy your trip down memory lane.

history

What was 1922 known for ?

  • At the start of 1922, the British Empire was at its largest, with a quarter of the world and one in every four people under its rule.
  • Whirled into Happiness, the London production opened at the Lyric Theater and ran for a record 246 performances. It is also the year that Pope Benedict XV became the 259th Pope of the Catholic Church.
  • Leonard Thompson, a 14-year old became the first person to receive an insulin injection. Before January 23, doctors urged diabetes patients to eat a diet low in carbohydrates, fat, protein, and sugar. This type of diabetes control would add a year to the victim. By 1923, insulin had become widely available and was saving many lives.
  • In the Valley of Kings in Egypt, British archeologists Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter became the first people to go intoKing Tutankhamen’s tomb in over three millennia. Inside, the archaeologists found a wide selection of valuable items, among them a golden coffin containing the mummified remains of the teenage king. King Tutankhamen and other Amarna kings records went missing in the 13th century B.C. until the find, which was on November 26.
  • On September 13, 1922, El Aziza, Libya reported a recording of 136.4 degrees Fahrenheit. The record had stood for 90 years before a team of atmospheric scientists invalidated it. The inexperience of the weather observation team and use of the antiquated instrumentation were the errors cited, and El Aziza lost the title in 2012. With a record of 134 degrees Fahrenheit, which is 57 degrees Celsius on July 10 Death Valley regained its status of the hottest temperature recorded.
  • The construction of the famous Yankee Stadium commenced at The Bronx area of New York. The USSR had also gone ahead to prosecute its opposition and had eight priests, two laymen, and a woman got a death sentence for their opposition to the government. A typhoon hit Shantou in China killing over 5,000 people.

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1922: What was the Chinese Zodiac sign associated with the year 1922?


According to the Chinese Zodiac and Astrology 1922 was the Year of the Dog.

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1922: Nobel Prize Winners of the Year


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1922: What were the most popular baby names in the USA that year ?

The 3 most popular baby names in 1922 were John, Robert and William for boys and Mary, Dorothy and Helen for girls according to the US Census Bureau historical records.

1922: What were the Top #10 male names given to baby boys that year?

The Top # 10 male names given to baby boys in 1922 in the USA according to the US Census Bureau historical records were:

  • John
  • Robert
  • William
  • James
  • Charles
  • George
  • Joseph
  • Edward
  • Richard
  • Frank

1922: What were the Top #10 female names given to baby girls that year?

The Top # 10 female names given to baby girls in 1922 in the USA according to the US Census Bureau historical records were:

  • Mary
  • Dorothy
  • Helen
  • Margaret
  • Ruth
  • Betty
  • Virginia
  • Mildred
  • Elizabeth
  • Frances

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1922: What was the number 1 song in the USA that year?

The number 1 song in the USA in 1922, i.e. the best selling and most popular song of tha year, was April Showers by Al Jolson

1922: What was the music chart in the USA that year?

The Music Chart in the USA in 1922 with the top 10 most popular songs, was:

  1. April Showers by Al Jolson
  2. Three O'clock in the Morning by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
  3. Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Shean by Gallagher & Shean
  4. Stumbling by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
  5. Hot Lips by Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
  6. Angel Child by Al Jolson
  7. My Man by Fanny Brice
  8. The Song of Love by Lucy Isabelle Marsh
  9. Nola by Vincent Lopez & His Orchestra
  10. My Sunny Tennessee by Peerless Quartet

1922: What were the most popular movies that year ?

The most popular movies and box office hits in 1922 were:

Nosferatu

Release year: 1922

Directed by: F.W. Murnau

Starring: Max Schreck, Alexander Granach, Gustav von Wangenheim, Greta Schröder

Country: United States of America

Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler

Release year: 1922

Directed by: Fritz Lang

Starring: Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Aud Egede-Nissen, Gertrude Welcker, Alfred Abel

Country: United States of America

Beyond the Rocks

Release year: 1922

Directed by: Sam Wood

Starring: Gloria Swanson, Rudolph Valentino, Edythe Chapman, Alec B. Francis

Country: United States of America

Robin Hood

Release year: 1922

Directed by: Allan Dwan

Starring: Wallace Beery, Sam De Grasse, Enid Bennett, Paul Dickey

Country: United States of America

Tess of the Storm Country

Release year: 1922

Directed by: John S. Robertson

Starring: Mary Pickford, Lloyd Hughes, Gloria Hope, David Torrence

Country: United States of America

history

What happened in 1922?

Here's what happened in 1922:

  • Jan 9, 1922: KQV-AM in Pittsburgh PA begins radio transmissions
  • Jan 10, 1922: Arthur Griffith is elected President of the Irish Free State.
  • Jan 11, 1922: First use of insulin to treat diabetes in a human patient.
  • Jan 12, 1922: The British government releases the remaining Irish prisoners captured in the War of Independence.
  • Jan 13, 1922: WHA-AM in Madison WI begins radio transmissions
  • Jan 15, 1922: Irish Free State forms; Michael Collins becomes first premier.
  • Jan 19, 1922: Geological survey says US oil supply would be depleted in 20 years.
  • Jan 24, 1922: Lehman Caves National Monument established.
  • Jan 26, 1922: Italian forces occupy Misrata in Libya. The reconquest of Libya begins.
  • Jan 28, 1922: J E Clair turns Green Bay franchise back to NFL.
  • Jan 29, 1922: Union of Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador dissolved.
  • Jan 30, 1922: World Law Day, first celebrated.
  • Feb 2, 1922: It was 2:22:22 on 2 / 2 / 22
  • Feb 4, 1922: WGY-AM in Schenectady New York begins radio transmissions
  • Feb 5, 1922: Pope Pius XI (Achille Ratti) succeeds Pope Benedict XV as the 259th pope.
  • Feb 6, 1922: US, UK, France, Italy and Japan sign Washington naval arms limitation
  • Feb 8, 1922: Radio arrives at the White House
  • Feb 9, 1922: Snow on Mauna Loa, Hawaii.
  • Feb 11, 1922: US intervention army leaves Honduras.
  • Feb 15, 1922: Marconi begins regular broadcasting transmissions from Essex.
  • Feb 18, 1922: WOC-AM in Davenport IA begins radio transmissions
  • Feb 19, 1922: Ed Wynn becomes first talent to sign as a radio entertainer.
  • Feb 20, 1922: WOR-AM in New York City begins radio transmissions
  • Feb 21, 1922: WHK-AM in Cleveland OH begins radio transmissions
  • Feb 22, 1922: Following intense nationalist agitation after World War I, Great Britain proclaims Egypt formally independent but continues to occupy the country militarily and control its politics.
  • Feb 25, 1922: Murderer Henri Désiré Landru is beheaded by the guillotine.
  • Feb 27, 1922: Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover convenes first National Radio Conference.
  • Feb 28, 1922: KHQ-AM in Spokane WA begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 2, 1922: WLW-AM in Cincinnati OH begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 3, 1922: WWJ-AM in Detroit MI begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 4, 1922: The movie Nosferatu was released.
  • Mar 6, 1922: Babe Ruth signs three years at $52,000 a year New York Yankees contract.
  • Mar 7, 1922: US Ladies Figure Skating Championship won by Theresa Weld Blanchard.
  • Mar 9, 1922: KJR-AM in Seattle Washington begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 10, 1922: KLZ-AM in Denver CO begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 11, 1922: Western Hockey Championship: Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA) sweep Regina Capitals, in two games.
  • Mar 12, 1922: Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan formed The Transcaucasian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic
  • Mar 13, 1922: WRR-AM in Dallas TX begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 14, 1922: KGU-AM in Honolulu HI begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 15, 1922: 1st southern radio station begins
  • Mar 16, 1922: WKY-AM in Oklahoma City OK begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 18, 1922: WBT-AM in Charlotte NC begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 20, 1922: WIP-AM in Philadelphia PA begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 21, 1922: KGW-AM in Portland OR begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 22, 1922: British court sentences Mahatma Gandhi to six years in prison.
  • Mar 23, 1922: KMJ-AM in Fresno CA begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 24, 1922: Grand National at Aintree sees only three horses out of 32 starters finish.
  • Mar 28, 1922: Stanley Cup: Toronto Saint Patricks (NHL) beat Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA), three games to 2.
  • Mar 30, 1922: KGY-AM in Olympia WA begins radio transmissions
  • Mar 31, 1922: KFI-AM in Los Angeles CA begins radio transmissions
  • Apr 1, 1922: Six Irish Catholic civilians are shot and beaten-to-death by a gang of policemen in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
  • Apr 3, 1922: Joseph Stalin becomes the first General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
  • Apr 4, 1922: WAAB (Baton Rouge Louisiana) becomes first US radio station with "W" calls.
  • Apr 5, 1922: KOB-AM in Albuquerque NM begins radio transmissions
  • Apr 7, 1922: Teapot Dome scandal: United States Secretary of the Interior leases Teapot Dome petroleum reserves in Wyoming.
  • Apr 10, 1922: The historic Genoa Conference commences in Genoa. The representatives of 34 countries convene to speak about monetary economics in the wake of World War I.
  • Apr 13, 1922: The State of Massachusetts opens all public offices to women.
  • Apr 14, 1922: Republic rebels occupies four government courts in Dublin.
  • Apr 15, 1922: Banting, MacLeod and Best discover insulin
  • Apr 16, 1922: German-Russia treaty signed in Italy, Soviet Union recognized.
  • Apr 18, 1922: Netherlands soccer team defeats Denmark 2-0.
  • Apr 19, 1922: 26th Boston Marathon won by Clarence DeMar of Massachusetts in 2:18 10.
  • Apr 20, 1922: The Soviet government creates South Ossetian Autonomous Oblast within Georgian SSR.
  • Apr 21, 1922: The first Aggie Muster is held as a remembrance for fellow Texas A&M graduates who had died in the previous year.
  • Apr 22, 1922: South Ossetian Autonomous Region is established in Georgian SSR.
  • Apr 24, 1922: In Barnegat, New Jersey, USA an overhead explosion of comet fragment rocks buildings, shatters windows, and releases clouds of noxious gas.
  • Apr 27, 1922: Fritz Langs "Dr Mabuse, der Spieler" premieres in Berlin.
  • Apr 30, 1922: Chicago White Sox Charles Robertson perfect games Detroit Tigers, 2-0.
  • May 1, 1922: Charlie Robertson of Chicago pitches a perfect no-hit, no-run game.
  • May 2, 1922: WBAP-AM begins broadcasting from Fort Worth Texas.
  • May 3, 1922: Salt layer find at Winterswijk.
  • May 4, 1922: KNX-AM in Los Angeles CA begins radio transmissions
  • May 5, 1922: Construction begins on Yankee Stadium (Bronx).
  • May 7, 1922: New York Giants Jesse Barnes no-hits Philadelphia Phillies, 2-0.
  • May 10, 1922: Dr Ivy Williams is 1st woman to be called to the English Bar
  • May 11, 1922: Radio station KGU begins broadcasting in Hawaii.
  • May 12, 1922: A 20-ton meteorite lands near Blackstone, Virginia, USA.
  • May 13, 1922: 48th Preakness: L Morris aboard Pillory wins in 1:51.6
  • May 18, 1922: Sergei Diaghilev, James Joyce, Pablo Picasso, Marcel Proust and Igor Stravinsky dine together in Paris, at the Majestic hotel, their only joint meeting.
  • May 19, 1922: The Young Pioneer organization of the Soviet Union is established.
  • May 20, 1922: Babe Ruth and Bob Meusel, suspended on October 16, 1921, by Judge Kennesaw Mountain Landis, return to the New York lineup and go hitless.
  • May 21, 1922: Ruppert buys out Huston interest in Yankees for $15 million
  • May 23, 1922: Harry Greb gives Gene Tunney his only professional boxing defeat.
  • May 24, 1922: Russian-Italian trade agreement signed.
  • May 25, 1922: Babe Ruth suspended one day and fined $200 for throwing dirt on an umpire.
  • May 26, 1922: Lenin suffers a stroke.
  • May 29, 1922: US Supreme Court rules organized baseball is a sport and not a business and thus not subject to antitrust laws.
  • May 30, 1922: Lincoln Memorial dedicated
  • Jun 1, 1922: The Royal Ulster Constabulary is founded.
  • Jun 2, 1922: Suffy McInnis (first base) ends an errorless string of 1,700 chances.
  • Jun 10, 1922: 54th Belmont: C H Miller aboard Pillory wins in 2:18.8
  • Jun 11, 1922: U.S. première of Robert J. Flaherty's ''Nanook of the North'', the first commercially successful feature length documentary film.
  • Jun 12, 1922: German Reich President Friedrich Ebert visits Munich
  • Jun 13, 1922: Longest attack of hiccups begins Charlie Osborne, 98 hiccupped over 435 million times before it stops, He dies 11 months after it stops
  • Jun 14, 1922: 5th PGA Championship: Gene Sarazen at Oakmont Country Club - Oakmont, Pennsylvania
  • Jun 16, 1922: Henry Berliner demonstrates his helicopter to US Bureau of Aeronautics.
  • Jun 19, 1922: Paavo Nurmi runs world record 5000m
  • Jun 22, 1922: Herrin massacre: 19 strikebreakers and 2 union miners are killed in Herrin, Illinois.
  • Jun 23, 1922: 57th British Golf Open: Walter Hagen shoots a 300 at Royal St. George
  • Jun 24, 1922: AFPA changes name to NFL, Chicago Staleys become Chicago Bears.
  • Jun 26, 1922: Louis Honoré Charles Antoine Grimaldi becomes Reigning Prince Louis II of Monaco.
  • Jun 27, 1922: Newberry Medal 1st presented for kids literature
  • Jun 28, 1922: The Irish Civil War begins with the shelling of the Four Courts in Dublin by Free State forces.
  • Jul 1, 1922: Congress extends national bank charters by 99 years.
  • Jul 5, 1922: 1st general election in the Netherlands
  • Jul 6, 1922: Dutch auto / airplane manufacturer Trompenburg declares bankruptcy
  • Jul 8, 1922: 35th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Suzanne Lenglen beats M Mallory
  • Jul 9, 1922: Johnny Weissmuller swims the 100 meters freestyle in 58.6 seconds breaking the world swimming record and the 'minute barrier'.
  • Jul 11, 1922: The Hollywood Bowl opens.
  • Jul 15, 1922: 26th US Golf Open: Gene Sarazen shoots a 288 at Skokie Country Club - Illinois
  • Jul 17, 1922: Curacao harbor workers begin strike under Felix Chacuto
  • Jul 20, 1922: Togo made a mandate of the League of Nations.
  • Jul 22, 1922: Cards enter 1st place, marks 1st time both St. Louis teams are on top
  • Jul 25, 1922: AT&T begins broadcasting on WBAY
  • Jul 27, 1922: International Geographical Union forms in Brussels
  • Aug 1, 1922: Hendrikus Colijn becomes political editor-in-chief of The Standard
  • Aug 2, 1922: China, hit by a typhoon; about 60,000 die
  • Aug 4, 1922: Female 1st baseman Lizzie Murphy plays on AL all-star team
  • Aug 8, 1922: Italian general strike broken by fascist terror
  • Aug 14, 1922: 1st old time musicians broadcasted on radio
  • Aug 16, 1922: AT&T radio station WBAY becomes WEAF
  • Aug 19, 1922: 36th US Womens Tennis: Molla B Mallory beats Helen Wills Moody
  • Aug 20, 1922: 1st world championship athletics for women, held in Paris
  • Aug 21, 1922: Curly Lambeau and Green Bay Football Club granted NFL franchise.
  • Aug 22, 1922: General Michael Collins is assassinated in West Cork.
  • Aug 24, 1922: 1st Phillie to hit for cycle
  • Aug 26, 1922: Japanese cruiser Niitaka leaves in storm at Kamchatka, 300 killed
  • Aug 27, 1922: Paavo Nurmi runs world record 3000m
  • Aug 28, 1922: 1st Walker Cup: US beats England 8-4
  • Aug 30, 1922: Babe Ruth is thrown out of a game for 5th time in 1922
  • Sep 1, 1922: New York City law requires all "pool" rooms to change name to "billards".
  • Sep 4, 1922: Paavo Nurmi runs world record 2000m
  • Sep 5, 1922: 17th Davis Cup: USA beats Australasia in New York
  • Sep 6, 1922: 42nd US Mens Tennis: Wm T Tilden beats Wm M Johnston 46 36 62 63 64)
  • Sep 7, 1922: In Aydin, Turkey, independence of Aydin, from Greek occupation.
  • Sep 9, 1922: Turkish troops conquer Smyrna / murder Greek citizens
  • Sep 10, 1922: Largest Polo Grounds crowd Meusel, Ruth and Gehrig consecutive home runs.
  • Sep 11, 1922: Yankees play their farewell home game in Polo Grounds win doubleheader
  • Sep 12, 1922: Paavo Nurmi runs world record 5000m
  • Sep 13, 1922: The temperature (in the shade) at Al 'Aziziyah, Libya reaches a world record 57.8 ?C (136.0 ?F).
  • Sep 15, 1922: Catcher Butch Henline is 1st NLer to hit 3 HRs in a game since 1897
  • Sep 16, 1922: 42nd US Mens Tennis: Bill Tilden beats W M Johnston
  • Sep 17, 1922: Bicyclist Piet Moeskops becomes world sprint champ
  • Sep 18, 1922: 2nd government of Ruys de Beerenbrouck installed in Neth
  • Sep 20, 1922: Rogers Hornsby ends hitting streak of 33 games
  • Sep 21, 1922: President Warren G Harding signs a joint resolution of approval to establish a Jewish homeland in Palestine.
  • Sep 23, 1922: B Brechts Drum in the Night, premieres in Germany
  • Sep 24, 1922: Neurenberg fusion Congress USDP-SPD; picks Karl Kautsky
  • Sep 27, 1922: King Constantine I of Greece abdicates his throne in favor of his eldest son, King George II.
  • Sep 28, 1922: Mussolini marches on Rome.
  • Sep 29, 1922: Mussolini ask Vatican for support of fascist party program
  • Sep 30, 1922: Government of Alexandros Zaimis forms in Greece
  • Oct 1, 1922: Former Chicago Staleys play first NFL game as Chicago Bears, win 6-0.
  • Oct 3, 1922: Rebecca Felton of Georgia becomes 1st woman in Senate
  • Oct 4, 1922: For 1st time, entire World Series broadcast over radio
  • Oct 5, 1922: Yanks and Giants play an infamous 3-3 tie World Series game
  • Oct 6, 1922: Schwebla replaces Benes government in Czechoslavakia
  • Oct 7, 1922: Landis insists Game 4 of World Series be played despite heavy rain
  • Oct 8, 1922: New York Giants beat New York Yankees, 4 games to 0, with a tie in 19th World Series.
  • Oct 9, 1922: Sir William Horwood, London Metropolitan Police Service commissioner, is poisoned by arsenic-filled chocolates.
  • Oct 11, 1922: 1st woman FBI special investigator appointed
  • Oct 14, 1922: 1st Thom McAn shoe store opens, on Third Avenue, New York City
  • Oct 17, 1922: Scottish worker begins hunger march from Glasgow on London
  • Oct 18, 1922: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) established.
  • Oct 20, 1922: Kennelworth in the Bronx renamed Dwight Place.
  • Oct 22, 1922: Lucerne Street in the Bronx named.
  • Oct 23, 1922: Conservative A Bonar forms new government in England
  • Oct 24, 1922: German parliament mandates Ebert President until July 1925
  • Oct 25, 1922: The Third Dáil enacts the Constitution of the Irish Free State.
  • Oct 26, 1922: Italian government resigns under pressure from fascists and Benito Mussolini
  • Oct 27, 1922: Dutch 2nd Chamber votes for child labor laws
  • Oct 29, 1922: The King of Italy, Victor Emmanuel III, appoints Benito Mussolini as Prime Minister.
  • Oct 30, 1922: Anxious to compete with the Yankees, the New York Giants pay $65,000 and 3 players for Jack Bentley
  • Nov 1, 1922: Queen Wilhelmina opens Dutch Historical Maritime museum in Amsterdam
  • Nov 2, 1922: Allies deliberate over German mark
  • Nov 3, 1922: Greek parliament bans Prince Andreas for life
  • Nov 4, 1922: Howard Carter discovers tomb of Tutankhamen in Egypt
  • Nov 5, 1922: Demonstration for a Dutch University in Ghent
  • Nov 6, 1922: King George V proclaims Irish Free state
  • Nov 13, 1922: Black Renaissance begins Harlem, New York
  • Nov 14, 1922: BBC begins domestic radio service from 2LO at Marconi House
  • Nov 15, 1922: British Conservative wins election / Labour 2nd party
  • Nov 16, 1922: Pope Pius XI calls on Belgian people to unite
  • Nov 17, 1922: Turkish Sultan Mehmed VI flees to Malta on British warship
  • Nov 19, 1922: Demonstration for a French Language University in Ghent
  • Nov 21, 1922: Rebecca L Felton (Ga) sworn in as 1st female US Senator
  • Nov 22, 1922: British Labour party selects Ramsay MacDonald as leader
  • Nov 24, 1922: Italian parliament gives Mussolini dictatorial powers for 1 year
  • Nov 25, 1922: Japanese crown Prince Hirohito appointed prince-regent
  • Nov 28, 1922: 6 old minsters in Greece, executed
  • Nov 30, 1922: 1st speed test of 1st genuine Japanese aircraft carrier Hosho
  • Dec 1, 1922: Polish state chief marshal Jozef Pilsudski, resigns.
  • Dec 4, 1922: Lucille Atcherson, becomes 1st woman legation sect-US foreign service
  • Dec 5, 1922: The British Parliament enacts the Irish Free State Constitution Act, by which it legally sanctions the new Constitution of the Irish Free State.
  • Dec 6, 1922: One year to the day after the signing of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, the Irish Free State comes into existence.
  • Dec 9, 1922: Gabriel Narutowicz is announced the first president of Poland.
  • Dec 10, 1922: Pete Henry makes longest known NFL drop-kicked field goal, 45 yards.
  • Dec 11, 1922: End of the trial of Frederick Bywaters and Edith Thompson at the Old Bailey. Both found guilty and sentenced to death.
  • Dec 15, 1922: IVVV (association) peace congress on war forms in Hague.
  • Dec 16, 1922: Mutual Association of Eastern Colored Baseball Clubs formally organizes.
  • Dec 17, 1922: Last British troops leave Ireland Freestate.
  • Dec 19, 1922: Mrs Theres Vaughn, 24, confessed in court to being married 62 times.
  • Dec 20, 1922: Polish parliament selects Stanislaw Wojcieckowski as president.
  • Dec 22, 1922: Belgian parliament rejects Dutch University in Ghent.
  • Dec 23, 1922: Pope Pius XI pleas for peace: encyclical Ubi arcano.
  • Dec 24, 1922: BBC sends first British radio play "Truth about Father Christmas".
  • Dec 27, 1922: Japanese aircraft carrier Hosho becomes the first purpose built aircraft carrier to be commissioned in the world.
  • Dec 29, 1922: Dutch Constitution proclaimed
  • Dec 30, 1922: Soviet Union organized as a federation of RSFSR, Ukrainian SSR, Belorussian SSR and Transcaucasian SSR
  • Jan 11, 1922: Leonard Thompson becomes the first person to be injected with insulin.

history

What does the year 1922 refer to in the Gregorian calendar?

The year 1922 refers to a specific year in the Gregorian calendar, which is commonly used internationally. It is the 23rd year of the 20th century and the 2nd year of the 1920s decade. In the Gregorian calendar, it follows 1921 and precedes 1923.

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